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Title: It's almost impossible for people to know who you are if you don't share yourself in your recovery.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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THE SALTBURN RECOVERY COMMUNITY It's almost impossible for people to know who you are if you don't share yourself in your recover...
THE SALTBURN RECOVERY COMMUNITY
It's almost impossible for people to know who you are if you don't share yourself in your recovery. And not just your small self, I'm talking about your Recovering Self. That part of you that knows your truth, that wants life to be fulfilling, that part of you that might just be dying to share itself. But if you do not share that part of yourself, then others won't be able to see it. And you won't be able to see how powerful that part of you truly is. Many of us keep our recovering selves hidden because we are afraid that we are going to stir the pot too much. Or that we are going to be made wrong. Or that we are going to be judged, ridiculed or made fun of. Perhaps we bought into a story that one of our parents, friends, teachers or family members told us. Something like, "You'll never be good at this or that." And so we shut down, and in that moment we think that they are putting us in our place, but really we are putting ourselves there by agreeing with them.

When we show our recovery selves, it will shake our sobriety up. Some people will applaud us. Others will shun us. The truth about life is that we either grow together or we grow apart. And since we are constantly growing spiritually if we are on the Path to recovery, that means that some people are in our lives for a season, or a reason or a lifetime. Celebrate those that you can journey with; they will be there for your whole life. And don't be afraid to let go of those folks who aren't growing with you, sometimes it's best to Love certain people from afar. And that's okay too. The thing that we want to keep our minds set on is expressing our Recovering and Loving Selves. This takes work.

This will rock the recovery boat, and this is probably the most important decision we could ever make in our lives. Because everything else revolves around how we see ourselves and then, as a result, how others see us. If you aren't seeing your ideal life manifesting around you, ask yourself, "What do I REALLY believe about me and my recovery what’s possible in my life?" "Am I expressing my Truth in recovery?" "Am I showing others who I REALLY am, or am I living a lie to get approval or acceptance within a group or tribe ?" Answering these questions will help you come closer to living your personal Recovery Truth.
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